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Damon Salvatore in uniform and the return of Arielle Kebbel.
Yeah. It's safe to say we're excited for the December 6th episode of The Vampire Diaries.
Entertainment Weekly has given fans an early look at the upcoming installment, which will take us back to 1940s New Orleans and feature both Salvatore siblings dressed as World War II soldiers.
Visit that site now for a behind-the-scenes video that focuses on how costume designer Leigh Leverett prepared for the episode; and then check out our Vampire Diaries videos section for a few sneak peeks at this week's new hour.
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Want to dress like your favorite character on The Vampire Diaries? We've got the tips to perfect the look!
In the video below, Possessionista.com's Dana Weiss shares the secrets to dressing like Elena, Caroline, Stefan and Damon — straight from Leigh Leverett, the show's costume designer. For Elena, tailoring is a must, while Caroline is all about girly silhouettes. And the secret to achieving Damon or Stefan's look? Keep watching to find out! And don't forget to tweet @TVGuide and @Possessionista all your Vampire Diaries costumes.
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I literally gasped the first time I saw a picture of Nina Dobrev rocking her black vintage gown in last night’s episode of The Vampire Diaries. (I’ll be honest, usually such reactions are reserved for the male cast members… and it has nothing to do with their style.)
Costume designer Leigh Leverett really outdid herself across the board on this episode — from Stefan and Damon’s tuxedos (Armani and John Varvatos, respectively) to Caroline’s cobalt Alberto Makali. But, as you might have guessed, looking this good is hard work.
Don’t believe me? Take Dobrev’s word »
- Sandra Gonzalez
3 items from 2012
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